|1. Who was in command
when the third sinking of the Hunley took place:
(A) Baxter Watson and James R. McClintock were in command when the third sinking took place.
(B) Horace Hunley and Thomas Parks Third were in command when the third sinking took place.
(C) Captain Payne was in command when the third sinking took place.
Bass was in command when the third sinking took
|2. Trawler fishing:
(A) An ancient method of fishing that causes minor disturbance to the sea floor.
(B) A special fishing method designed to protect historical shipwrecks from damage.
(C) A highly destructive form of fishing that is a major threat to many historical shipwrecks.
3. Most of the weapons and tools found at the Uluburun wreck site show clearly that the majority of the crew was
(A) Cannanite and Mycenean.
(B) Egyptian and Minoan
(C) Mycenean and Phoenician
(D) Cannanite and Egyptian
(A) The right-side of a ship when facing forward
(B) The left-side when facing forward.
(C) The front of the ship
(D) The left-side of a ship when facing backward
|5. The Belle was a:
(A) Three masted bark
(B) Spanish Galleon.
(C) English Man-O-War
(D) Two masted bark
|6. Magnetometers are
huge underwater metal detectors:
|7. Dendrochronological :
(A) The study of a ship worm, the Denilagalis, that inhabits temperate waters
(B) Method of dating metal objects based on there dendronogral reading
(C) Method dating past events or climatic alterations by a comparative study of growth rings in tree trunks.
(D) Time consuming process that draws salt out of the metal by running an electrical current through it.
|8. The CNN Hunley sank after torpedoing the :
(B) SS Carter
(D) The Belle
|9. Plotter :
(A) Mapping system used in excavations.
(B) computer monitor that examines and displays the path of a search vessel.
(C) Small submarine used for research.
(D) Computerized device that locates underwater artifacts.
(A) A time consuming process that draws salt out of the metal by running an electrical current through it.
(B) A work intensive process that involves mapping the electrical currents in the sea.
(C) A process that brings stability to wooden objects by using special chemicals and tools.
(D) A small underwater electrical current detector for removing harmful magnetic currents from wrecksite.